Hans Vogl’s international activities, particularly in Varna/Bulgaria and in Asia, testify to his outstanding reputation and recognition as a ballet master and adjudicator.
His passion for classical ballet and his commitment to promoting young talent are clearly evident. Through his work, he contributes significantly to the further development and promotion of ballet on an international level.
With his many years of experience and commitment, Hans Vogl has built up an international reputation and is a sought-after personality in the ballet world.
As a renowned ballet master and internationally sought-after adjudicator, Hans Vogl was invited to Varna several times as head of the International Teachers’ Seminar for the International Dance Academy Berlin, which underlines his outstanding skills and expertise in ballet pedagogy. This position gave him the unique opportunity to work with top-class ballet stars and pass on his knowledge to aspiring dancers.
Hans Vogl was also selected as a jury member for the 50th Varna International Ballet Festival. Under the direction of Vladimir Vassiliev, a respected name in the ballet world, he had the responsibility of evaluating talented dancers and judging their performances. This role as adjudicator allowed him to gain an insight into the international ballet scene and contribute his expertise at the highest level.
Since 2014, Hans Vogl has been regularly invited to Japan to pass on his knowledge and experience. He is a guest lecturer and juror for the International Dance Academy Berlin in Japan at least once a year. He not only teaches, but also choreographs for various ballet events in Tokyo, Sapporo, Nara and many other cities. His expertise is also valued at international competitions, where he acts as a judge and evaluates the performances of the participants.
The cooperation with the Japan International Ballet Association enables talents to hone their skills at the renowned International Dance Academy in Berlin. The successful completion of this demanding training and the subsequent professional activity at various theaters in Germany show how valuable such international partnerships can be for the development and career of aspiring stage dancers. It is impressive how cultural bridges are built and how the arts bring people and countries together.
The collaboration between the International Dance Academy Berlin and the Seoul State University of the Arts in South Korea has been extremely fruitful. Hans Vogl was invited as a guest lecturer to pass on his specialist knowledge and prepare students individually for competitions.
His repeated invitations testify to the recognition and appreciation of his work. By working together, the students were able to benefit from Hans Vogl’s many years of experience as a ballet master and further develop their skills. It was an enriching experience for everyone involved.
The IDA International Dance Association invited Hans Vogl to Florence as a guest judge for the international ballet competition Expression Concorso. As an internationally recognized ballet master, he judged the young aspiring dancers at the competition.
As a special award, he honored an outstanding talent and donated a three-year scholarship to the International Dance Academy Berlin.